SBHS 55/Timmonsville 52
Scott’s Branch High School Boys defeated the Timmonsville Whirlwinds on Feb. 7.
Leading scorers were Shakei Green with 17 points, Traviant Riley with 14 points and B.J. McDaniel with 13 points. Trashawn Jones had six points, and Devin Brailsford had five.
C.E. Murray - 58/SBHS - 41
On Feb. 9, SBHS Eagles lost to C.E. Murray War Eagles.
Leading scorers were Riley with 13 points and Green with nine. McDaniel had six points, Brailsford had five, Robert Felder had four, and Sam Murray and JayShawn Junious each had two.
The Eagles finished the season 9-12 (4-6 in conference) and missed the playoffs by one game, according to Head Coach Steven Nelson.
Lady Whirlwinds - 64/Lady Eagles - 24
The Lady Eagles traveled to Timmonsville on Feb. 7, losing to the Lady Whirlwinds.
The Lady Whirlwinds won all four quarters; 12-5 in the first, 24-6 in the second, 15-8 in the third, and 13-5 in the fourth. Jasmine Murray had 14 points, 10 offensive rebounds and five steals. Ashley Leonard had nine points. Tiana James had one point, and seven defensive rebounds, and Nyemia Lawson had five steals.
Lady War Eagles 69/Lady Eagles 48
The Lady Eagles travelled to C.E. Murray on Feb. 9, losing to the War Eagles.
C.E. Murray won the first three quarters, 11-10, 19-7, and 17-25. Scott’s Branch was able to tie the fourth quarter 14-14. The leading scorer was Jasmine Murray with 22 points, five defensive rebounds, four offensive rebounds, and four steals. Leonard was the second leading scorer with 12 points. James had five points, eight offensive rebounds and five defensive rebounds. Lawson had four points and Keosha Thompson had two.
Being tied with their cross-county rival East Clarendon High School for third place, the SBHS Lady Eagles had to play a conference tie-breaker game with the ECHS Lady Wolverines on Feb. 10.
Lady Wolverines - 41/Lady Eagles - 35
It was a hard fought game between the two rivals, with each school winning two quarters a piece. The Lady Wolverines won the first quarter 11-4. The Lady Eagles came back in the second winning 11-9, and in the third, 10-8. The Lady Wolverines were able to take the game in the fourth quarter, winning 41-35 at the end.
The top scorer was Murray with 15 points, 10 defensive rebounds, five steals and five offensive rebounds. Leonard, James and Lawson each had five points a piece. Thompson had three and Shalonda Ragin added two.
James had five offensive rebounds and six defensive rebounds. Thompson had five defensive rebounds, five offensive rebounds, and Lawson had five steals.
The Lady Eagles finished the season fourth in their conference with a 4-7 record. The Lady Eagles traveled to Hemingway on Feb. 13 in their first playoff game.